Pakistan to Discuss Kashmir Situation in Cabinet Meeting

Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan. UN Photo/Cia Pak
Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif of Pakistan. UN Photo/Cia Pak

Pakistan to Discuss Kashmir Situation in Cabinet Meeting

Close on the heels of India’s claims today that Indian Army has conducted various attacks against Pakistan-supported terrorists, Pakistan has decided to chalk out its future course of action.

Pakistan’s Prime Minister (PM) Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has convened a meeting of the Federal Cabinet Friday to discuss the situation in the “Indian occupied Kashmir,” which is a disputed territory between India and Pakistan.

On the directions of Nawaz Sharif, the first agenda item of the cabinet meeting will be a discussion on the situation in Kashmir, his United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) visit, and his bilateral meetings with the international leaders in New York.

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According to an official statement by the PM office, Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary will brief the Cabinet before the discussion on occupied Kashmir.

According to the statement, Prime Minister Sharif expressed his satisfaction on the level of preparedness of Pakistani Armed Forces to match any provocation by Indian security forces.

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Rakesh Raman